You know the whole gimmick by now.
As soon as a mass shooting occurs in the United States, Hollywood celebrities love to point fingers and blame the NRA as a “terrorist organization” and blaming Congress for taking their money. They blame politics, politicians and conservative news hosts for inciting this kind of violence when it simply isn’t true.
But here are four celebrities that decided not to infuse politics into the El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio mass shootings.
The worst kind of rhetoric that liberals love to perpetuate after mass shootings is their hatred for the phrase “thoughts and prayers.”
Millions of Christians – who support President Trump; and that’s their problem with it – offer up “thoughts and prayers” to the victims and their families when these atrocities happen.
Liberals continuously mock that phrase from high up on their pedestal and will consistently blame Republican ideology as the root of this kind of violence.
But while some celebrities perpetuate that ideology, there are others that do not. Here are four celebrities who didn’t draw politics into these travesties.
Best known for playing Jesse Pinkman on “Breaking Bad,” Aaron Paul never talks about political affiliation in public. That’s why it was no surprise that he simply wrote, “PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS…JUST LOVE ONE ANOTHER.”
PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS…JUST LOVE ONE ANOTHER.🖤
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) August 3, 2019
We should all abide by Paul’s advice.
He’s one of the most influential musicians in the genres of southern rock, country and bluegrass music.
Daniels wrote, “Pure satanic evil erupted in El Paso Texas today and our brothers and sister there need our prayers. God heal those who are wounded and comfort the hearts of those who lost their loved ones in this senseless wicked act.”
Pure satanic evil erupted in El Paso Texas today and our brothers and sister there need our prayers.
God heal those who are wounded and comfort the hearts of those who lost their loved ones in this senseless wicked act
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) August 3, 2019
The actor stormed onto the scene when he starred in “Book of Mormon” but since then he’s starred in “Frozen” as Olaf and other movies like “Beauty and the Beast (2017),” “Pixels,” “Murder on the Orient Express,” and the upcoming “Frozen 2.”
He wrote, “My heart breaks for the city of El Paso. The madness never ends. It is all too much. There‘a nowhere safe from the terror of gun violence in the United States of America. We are a broken nation trapped in the darkness of our unwillingness to ask ourselves why this keeps happening.”
He’s right that nowhere is safe in America due to gun violence, but it’s in the hands of mentally ill people – that’s the problem.
You may not know this name but he’s a really popular musician whose debut single “Location” was released in 2016 and peaked at number 16 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
He wrote, “this is scary man, praying for everyone in El Paso.”
this is scary man, praying for everyone in El Paso
— Khalid (@thegreatkhalid) August 3, 2019
Interesting that he wasn’t mocked by liberals for offering up prayers for El Paso, isn’t it?
We have to all come together in times like these. We have a serious mental illness problem in this country and we need to figure this out first and foremost.